Breda’s M37 Paintball Machine Gun Looks to be Straight from Call of Duty, is Modeled After Real Thing

Breda M37 Paintball Machine Gun

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Modeled after its real-life counterpart, this Breda M37 paintball machine gun by RAP4 sports a Q-Loader automatic feed system and comes complete with two Q pods as well as a pod loader hopper. You'll appreciate its semi-automatic, 3-shot and full-auto firing modes in times of battle. This $4,500 replica is based on the all-new Airgun Designs Automag RT Pro paintgun, and the complete system weighs in at 30-pounds, so running and gunning probably won't be a good idea, that is unless, you have a Terminator-like physique. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a table with many hidden secrets.

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Breda’s M37 Paintball Machine Gun Looks to be Straight from Call of Duty, is Modeled After Real Thing

Breda M37 Paintball Machine Gun

Photo credit: Hi Consumption

Modeled after its real-life counterpart, this Breda M37 paintball machine gun by RAP4 sports a Q-Loader automatic feed system and comes complete with two Q pods as well as a pod loader hopper. You'll appreciate its semi-automatic, 3-shot and full-auto firing modes in times of battle. This $4,500 replica is based on the all-new Airgun Designs Automag RT Pro paintgun, and the complete system weighs in at 30-pounds, so running and gunning probably won't be a good idea, that is unless, you have a Terminator-like physique. Click here to view the first image in this week's art of trolling gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a table with many hidden secrets.

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Final Kiss of Two Stars Heading for Catastrophe

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Nomadic Couple Built a Stylish Trailer Home for $50,000

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Like many people, Brian and Joni Buzarde wanted to own a home, but they didn’t want to be tied to one particular location. Their solution for housing mobility was an unconventional yet practical one—they built a dwelling that would travel with them. The couple’s trailer, nicknamed Woody, was designed and constructed by Brian and Joni, a true DIY project from beginning to end.

At the time Woody was built, Brian was a recent architecture school graduate and used his education to plan the 236-square-foot cabin. The couple then started the construction process by purchasing a 26-foot-long flatbed chassis and bolting on walls made from structural, insulated panels.

They clad the exterior in cedar and made it slightly taller at the back, giving the trailer an angular shape. Now complete, it’s 8.5-feet wide and 13.5-feet high at its tallest point, which is at the legal limit for highway travel without a special permit.

The interior has the look and feel of a conventional (tethered) modern home. It features birch-veneer plywood for much of its space, including the walls, floor, ceiling, and kitchen cabinets. Despite its great similarities, Woody differs from your standard home.

It employs tiny-house efficiencies: the bed is lofted; the refrigerator is half-size; and there are storage compartments built into the floor. And although a sliding glass door and two skylights don’t necessarily maximize their small space, the additions offer ample natural light and airiness, giving the mobile abode a visual sense of space.

Brian and Joni finished their project in 2012 for about $50,000 and took Woody from Austin, Texas to a five-acre plot in Marble, Colorado. They plan on living in their home until they start a family.




Via My Modern Met, HomeCrux, Dwell. All Photos © Benjamin Rasmussen.

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/nomadic-couple-built-a-stylish-trailer-home-for-50000/

Sweet Little Pet Owl Uses Mushroom as Umbrella During Sudden Rainstorm

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Photographer Tanja Brandt‘s pet owl may not be a fan of rainstorms, but rain or shine he knows how to strike the perfect pose for the camera. During one of the artist’s many outdoor adventures, it began to drizzle and her beloved 1.5-year-old owl Poldi took cover underneath an orange mushroom. At that exact moment, Brandt was ready with her camera and captured this adorably candid moment, made especially precious given Poldi’s petite size.

“I got him when he was five months old. He didn’t want to come out [of] his egg and he was very small, the smallest,” the photographer told Bored Panda. “His six sisters were all hatched, and as he was the last to be born, days after the others, he was very small.”

Besides his six sisters, the photogenic bird is accompanied by a Harris Hawk named Phönix, a Weissgesichtseule [white-faced owl] named Gandalf, a snow owl named Uschi, and a dog who loves to snuggle with the Poldi.

As a clear animal lover, Brandt says, “I am always outside with my camera and with my animals. So we get to walk together, have fun, go on adventures, have little breaks… We take some pictures and after the animals can play again as we keep going. I know my animals very well and I can see their state of mind. If I go out with just one of my animals, the others get antsy and want to be with us. We have lot of fun together.”

Brandt adds, “I love the beauty, power, loyalty, courage and friendship of animals. Many people could learn from them.”





Via My Modern Met, Bored Panda

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/sweet-little-pet-owl-uses-mushroom-as-umbrella-during-sudden-rainstorm/

Virtual Reality Device Allows Users to Wander the Forest through the Eyes of an Animal

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‘In the Eyes of an Animal’ is the newest brainchild from the London-based design studio Marshmallow Laser Feast, allowing you to take a fascinating journey through the forest with the eyes of an animal. Located in Grizedale Forest, UK and commissioned by the AND Festival, this installation is a virtual reality experience that merges nature with technology.

The futuristic project lets users fly above the trees, come face to face with hi-definition critters and even embody various animals, all within the lush undergrowth of the Grizedale landscape.

The installation further explores the capabilities of Lidar data, a remote sensing technology. After scanning the Grizedale forest with a Lidar scanner, the points collected are then decimated into real-time and combined with further data collected with CT scanning and photogrammetry techniques.

Each rendered scene harmoniously blends environmental elements collected with Lidar with other dynamic particles takien from the CT scans of insects and animals.

The overall experience is further enhanced with audio additions that inspire whole-body bass vibrations in order to recreate the sensations of a breathing and flying animal. The results are a hyper-realistic experience, that lets you explore the forest like another creature.

This virtual reality experience allows users to discover nature through the eyes of an animal, opening up a brand new perspective of the world. Check out the video, below, to get a taste for this amazing new technology.








Via My Modern Met, Booooooom

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/virtual-reality-device-allows-users-to-wander-the-forest-through-the-eyes-of-an-animal/

Photographer Takes Portraits of Black Shelter Cats Who Are Often the Last to Be Adopted

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Los Angeles-based photographer Casey Elise adopted a kitten in December 2014 and, soon after, began volunteering at an animal shelter. This inspired her to combine her love of animals with her passion for photography. She started by snapping adorable portraits of cats at the shelter, which lead her to create the Black Cat Project, a photography series aimed at shining a positive light on dark-colored felines.

According to Elise, black cats have the lowest adoption rates and the highest euthanasia rates—one reason could be that superstitions perpetuated through movies and books have stigmatized them as being “bad luck” or “wicked.”

The ‘Black Cat Project’ showcases the kittens and adult cats without special effects or costumes. Instead, Elise photographed the tiny critters against a simple, gray background, allowing their adorable personalities to be on full display.

They act like any other cat—playful, inquisitive, and sometimes amusingly erratic—it’s hard not to fall in love with the fluffy felines. Elise reveals them to be anything but menacing, and instead they act as a reminder to look beyond a pet’s appearance: a furry friend can come from anywhere and in any color.









Via My Modern Met, Bored Panda

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/photographer-takes-portraits-of-black-shelter-cats-who-are-often-the-last-to-be-adopted/

篠崎愛が資金調達企画でまさかの大惨敗 目標金額の50%にも達せず、「豚キムチ」も影響か

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篠崎愛をAI化する「篠崎AIプロジェクト」がクラウドファンディングサイトが資金調達を行ったが、集まった金額は目標金額の半分にも満たない297万7000円。篠崎の知名度がグラドルの中でもトップクラスであることを考えると大惨敗といえる結果となった。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/9007303.html

This Portuguese Artist Creates 3D Paintings That Look Real Enough To Touch

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Portuguese street artist Odeith creates 3D anamorphic works of art that are unbelievably lifelike. He has a magical ability to make spray paint come alive and leap off the walls.

Odeith left school at the young age of 15 and never received any art lessons growing up. Despite this, his natural talent in anamorphic art and perspective earned him several international accolades back in 2005. He utilizes inner corners of adjacent walls, spray paints the floor below his “hanging” paintings, and incorporates ambient lighting to make his artwork “float” and appear truly three-dimensional.

Of course, it would not come as a surprise that a person with such immense talent would have other tools under his belt: Odeith used to own and manage a tattoo studio and also sells canvas paintings on the side.

‘Conventional‘ 3D painting ‘bores‘ him. “I was kind of tired of the conventional regular 3D letters so I was always searching for something original.”

He attributes his success to constant self-improvement. “I got my first leg from one letter coming out of the wall. Since then, I’ve always been trying to reach a new level.”

He considers his portfolio of works as testament to how much he’s grown as an artist. “If you see the first ones you can see that was something was growing up as the years passed.”

It may be cliche, but the adage ‘practice, practice, practice!‘ does ring true. “It takes a lot of time to reach a higher level of perfection. Spray paint to a lot of artists may be a big headache, to know how to get the quality you desire.”

His advice to fellow artists and fellow mavericks: “Never quit your dreams if you’re a dreamer. And sometimes, it may take a few years to earn credibility.”

Odeith and other artists who push the envelope are reminders of how exciting the evolution of Art has been; these extraordinary minds keep pushing the boundaries and make us all wait in anticipation of what they will come up with next.



Via Pultastic, Bored Panda, io9

SOURCE: http://designyoutrust.com/2015/10/this-portuguese-artist-creates-3d-paintings-that-look-real-enough-to-touch/